A small selection of emotionally charged art of works. Past and current sales.

Greek portraits and marble heads, Ptolemaic and Hellenistic periods, Romanesque and Gothic sculptures...

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Historiated Romanesque capital. Sculpture in high relief.

Very important engaged capital from the Romanesque period depicting Saint-Thomas and the Christ between two columns. On the side faces, holy women under Romanesque arches.

Head of an apostle, Gothic period. Paris or Ile de France.

Important head of an apostle statue. Long and antiquating features. Erosion due to long exposure to the elements observable on the hair. Limestone deposits. Exceptional sculpture, probably Paris, 13th century.

Romanesque capital sculpted on all sides. Important Romanesque capital decorated with masks.

This rare capital of the first Romanesque art presents an ox mask on one side, a monster mask on the adjacent side and two rosettes on the other sides. The basket is decorated with plant motifs and acanthus leaves.

Ancient Greek marble head. Hellenistic period.  Arsinoe III Philopator

Female head in marble, diademed and with hair tied back. Representation of the Lagide queen Arsinoe III. Ptolemaic period. Hairstyle characteristic of the period.

Queen marble head. Greek Art Alexandria. Queen Arsinoe II Hellenistic period

Marble head, portrait of the queen Arsinoe II as Aphrodite. The hair is incomplete because it was made in stucco following the Alexandrian custom, due to the rarity of Greek marble in the capital of Hellenistic Egypt. Ptolemaic period. Arsinoe II was deified in the guise of Aphrodite after her death in 270 BC

Colonnette. First Gothic art.

Rare and beautiful column with carved mythical creatures in a floral backdrop mixed with geometric patterns. This beautiful column undoubtedly comes from a Gothic portal. The romanesque influence is still very noticeable.

Important bust of a virgin of the Annunciation. Gothic art.

Virgin of the Annunciation in sculpted limestone. Mid 15th century.

Head of crowned king. Romanesque art.

An exceptional plastic in the Cluny tradition. Part probably coming from a portal or arch. Burgundy, first quarter of the 12th century, to compare with the works of the masters of Vezelay and Autun.

Important pre-romanesque capital. Carolingian sculpture.

Large pre-romanesque capital with two birds facing each other turning away. Interlacing frieze on the basket.

Virgin and Child. Normandy or Ile de France, end of the 13th century.

Important virgin with gothic child. A style still imbued with mysticism for this great virgin in limestone. Gilding and traces of polychromy.


We give our favorites here, to illustrate the subjects and eras that fascinate us: archaic or classical Cypriot sculpture, Hellenistic Greek sculptures and Ptolemaic Egypt, and of course the Roman period. Middle Ages is not left out with Romanesque and Gothic artworks. Discover the other pieces from our collections in the thematic menus.

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